Let Pakistan Army chief come through government for talks: Gen Bipin Rawat


The chief of the Indian Army, Gen Bipin Rawat, on Wednesday said that his Pakistani counterpart Gen. Qamar Bajwa will have to make any approach for talks only through the Indian government, dismissing reports that an overture was made to him by the Pakistan Army chief last year.

“Let Gen Qamar Bajwa approach me through the Indian government, and we will take a decision on whether to talk or not. I am neither saying yes, nor no,” Gen Rawat said.

“I am a soldier and we talk straight. We will take a call if I am approached,’’ Gen. Rawat said, before going on to indicate that terror and talks cannot be delinked. Read More

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